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Everything posted by SilverFallsAndrew

  1. Can’t believe we had accumulating snow today. Not quite an inch and it’s mostly already melted, but it ensures we will enter tomorrow with snow cover, we scored yet another freeze, and had our 14th day with measurable snow this month, breaking the March record from 2012. Also the 40/32 spread today all but locks up our coldest all time March. Really incredible. #2 coldest November, 4th coldest February, and coldest March.
  2. Hitting 32 now at the house, makes for the 27th freeze of the month.
  3. 48/41 split at SLE so far today. Interesting that their high was was at 12:27pm and their low so far was at 1:11pm.
  4. Yeah, I remember June being cool, July being about average, and then August and September were pretty warm. Then October-December was extremely wet.
  5. Well it essentially doesn’t rain here after mid June regardless so what you are saying is it’s over.
  6. And it is now 33 and snowing at my house... Didn't expect it to snow today... But it is according to my father in law who just texted me and per the Silver Falls cam...
  7. 18z brings back the little feature coming down the coast Monday night. Talk about the real deal if that were to verify.
  8. Will January 2024 be cold in North Bend, WA? North Bend, WA is located in western Washington State, which is generally milder in terms of winter temperatures compared to eastern Washington and Oregon. However, as with any weather prediction, it is difficult to make an accurate forecast for a specific month several years in advance. That being said, January is typically the coldest month of the year in North Bend, with average temperatures ranging from the low 30s to the low 40s Fahrenheit (around 0-5 degrees Celsius). It is also common to see rainfall, with the potential for snowfall in higher elevations. As for January 2024, it is impossible to make an accurate prediction this far in advance. However, it is likely that North Bend will experience similar temperatures and weather patterns as previous years. It is always a good idea to check the weather forecast closer to the time of your visit for the most accurate information.
  9. Will January 2024 be cold in Oregon It is not possible to accurately predict the weather for January 2024 at this time. Weather patterns and temperature trends are subject to change and can be influenced by a variety of factors, such as atmospheric conditions, ocean temperatures, and global climate patterns. However, it is worth noting that January is typically one of the coldest months of the year in Oregon, with average temperatures ranging from the mid-30s to the low 40s Fahrenheit (1-5 degrees Celsius) in most areas. Snowfall is also common in many parts of the state during this time of year, particularly in higher elevations and mountainous regions. So, while it is not possible to make a specific prediction for January 2024, it is likely that temperatures will be cold and there may be snow in some areas.
  10. I've been asking ChatGPT questions about historical weather in our area. It's actually shockingly and wildly inaccurate. Actually as an aside, a lot of the answers it gives in general are completely inaccurate.
  11. Not a huge difference here. It seems like the phantom snow issue from the EURO is more of a lowland issue.
  12. Hate to admit this, but at least for my location the EURO has been much more bullish than the GFS for snow the past two months and has been pretty spot on.
  13. Probably moisture dependent too, seemed like most of the moisture went south of your area last week. We ended up with about 13" from that trough. Places around here at your elevation had around 3-4" I would guess. This trough will not be quite as cold as the one this past weekend (At least down here), we had sticking snow down below 500' at times late last week, I would doubt we see anything sticking below about 1000-1200' this weekend.
  14. Looks like about 8-10" here. Until last year we had seen snow in April in 2012, 15, 18, 20, but our largest amount was 2.5" in 2012. So even a 3-4" event would be significant for April.
  15. Starting to feel good about troughing the 2nd half of April.
  16. Transition to some milder rain middle of next week. Lovely.
  17. Forecast high is 49 tomorrow. Only shot at 50 this week.
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